Let's take a look at the top 10 Google Fonts for website design. When selecting fonts for your website, you can use as few as one and at a maximum of three. Generally you will a font specific to headers and a font specific to body copy. Sometimes the designer may choose to use the same font for both. Other areas that may have a unique font would be navigation menu or call to action buttons, but again, this can be the same font being used as the header font and/or the body copy font.
When a site has too many fonts, not only can this slow the website down for end-user performance, the user may become disoriented with so many shifts in the overall visual design. A good designer will choose The fonts with typefaces that have a variety of weights and styles that can be used strategically throughout in the website design.
Below you will find images that display the top 10 Google Fonts for website design. Within each image is a depiction of the font being used as a H1, H2, and H3 header tag with an appropriately scaled typeface. In between the headlines are body copy text displaying that same font.